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come back just a bit along with google. but until we hear from google exactly what happened here and why this foul-up today in terms of this apparent early release of their earnings, we're likely to see this big impact on these shares here at the nasdaq. >> jon fortt i'm sure is digging into the whys of this. i just walking downstairs here am not sure whether this is a classic case of sort of a fat finger, somebody hit the button on the release with because one of the releases that i'm looking at here has a block in there saying pending larry quote. larry page, of course, the c.o.o. of that company. maybe this release was let go and freed out to the public simply by mistake. that's my speculation, not based on anything authoritative that i have heard. revenues were higher than a year ago at $14.1 billion. that's up about 45%, compared with the third quarter of 2011. but the net income numbers were certainly lower. 2.18 billion compared to 2.73 billion. on an eps basis, it was $6.53 compared with $8.33 in the third quarter of 2011. the non-gap numbers -- 903 compared to 972 in the
happened. although, google did, in fact, release a statement earlier blaming it on donnelly. >> and donnelly told us they are in full investigation mode to figure out how it happened. crazy day. >> meanwhile, look at this market. we've got numbers right now. kayla is on it. what can you tell us on google? >> well, maria, we're seeing consolidated revenues of $14.1 billion for the quarter. they're calling it an increase of 45% compared to the same quarter a year ago. gap net income for the third quarter was $2.18 billion compared to $2.73 billion in the third quarter of last year. i think the most interesting part of this release -- of course, we've seen most of these numbers before several hours earlier, but the second paragraph in this release is now included with larry page, the ceo saying, when he a strong quarter, revenue was up 45% year on year and at just 14 years old we cleared our first $14 billion revenue quarter. page also saying he's really excited about the progress we're making creating a beautifully simple, intuitive google experience across all devices. that's
obligation which is to serve our valued customer. as you know, google taking a huge hit today, today's 9% plunge in google's stock has wiped out 22.27 billion dollars right off the market cap. taking it right off. we are continuing coverage for the entire hour leading up to the scheduled 4:30 p.m. conference call with the ceo larry page who hadn't been on the previous conference call last quarter due to some undisclosed health issue, but he's been out and about the past couple of days so he will be on that call. fox business will take it. what about the impact on the rest of the market? google having a huge impact, technology, the biggest gag -- biggest laggard, the s&p technology sector down. they are driving down individual names in search, yahoo! yelp, there's the chinese search engine baidu. all of them down anywhere from 1/2% to 3 1/2%. this was at 12:30 p.m. eastern on the dot when google's earnings release hit the tape and that did shock markets and investors, aside from the fact that they had missed estimates, it is what's going on here, why did this happen? let's get
the conference call at 4:30, but perhaps some kind of statement from google within the next few minutes before trading can start again. >> all right, adam, thank you. bringing in an analyst to get take on things, ken marlin of marlin associates. address the issue of the midday report. what do you think of it? was it on purpose? >> i have no idea. i certainly saw the announcement pending a quote from larry paige. it certainly suggests that the report was not ready for prime time, but i think we're going to have to wait and see what he says. >> at the end of the day, doesn't change the fact it was a big miss. what do you think of that? where do you see the problems coming in? >> you know, such are the trials and try bylations of being a public company which is what google bought when it decided to go public. i'll remind you this is not the first time earnings have disappointed. in january of this year, they disappointed too. there, it was about advertising prices and the revenue they got per click, but meanwhile, they continue to rocket forward, and let's not forget apple was slammed for missing
google. they're going to get on the call with analysts and investors at 4:30 p.m. eastern time. we will take that call live for you so you can hear what went on today. also, just moments away from microsoft reporting its earnings. we've had a handful of technology companies missing earnings estimates pretty badly. ibm losing some ground in the last couple trading sessions on the heel of its revenue miss. we have a distinguished panel to take us through these big stories. gene muenster of piper jaffray with me. our very own john fort. good to see you, gentlemen. thank you for joining us. ben pace, let me kick this off with you. when you see a specific story like what happened today in google and you put it into the overall economy and the landscape that we're talking about, which of course has been weak for technology earnings, what does it tell you? >> well, tii think it just tell us to be a little cautious here. we're at highs. we've been trading in a trading range since the qe-infinity announcement in mid-september. i think the bar had been set low for third quarter earnings base
on the call, they are focusing on mobile. this comes as they're challenging google. page really stressed the potential in mobile saying it's like back in 2001 with the surge, saying they could drive higher montization as they did on the desktop. the run rate is now $8 billion, up from $2.5 billion a year ago. now, we are just recently now in the q & a period. there was some conversation about the currency exchange rates. >> thanks. let us know if that q & a yields anything interesting. we'd love to hear about it. let's kick this around on the desk. >> one of the other things larry page said, he deemed it a strong quarter. i talked to a top analyst on the street who told me what happened in the stock today was an over reaction. timmy? who's right. >> their core business is not bad. it was up 18%. on the google sites, if you think of where they've come in mobile and how far it's come, it's not a bad place. people are looking at the core business and saying, the profitability of the core business is where it's at. there are a lot of problems people have with google that are more related to
's google that's rewarded investors the most over the past three months. and as the company gets set to report its earnings tonight, the question is, is the stock running out of steam or poised for another pop? we trade it today with dr. jay, and how about it, doc? >> well, there's at least in the short-term right now, judge, there's folks thinking that google may have topped out. that's not a bet that it goes straight down, it's rather a cap to the upside on the strikes that the people are selling basically with a week -- this is expiration week. the folks are selling right out of the money calls and they've sold them rather aggressively today. you can see why, it's up 30% over the quarter, that's a nice outperformance versus apple or versus virtually anything else. and i think that might not be a bad idea to take the money off the table. >> up 30% in three months, dominate search, there's a lot about internet advertising. running out of steam or ready for another pop? >> i think if you're going to the quarter buying a stock on that basis, which i don't mind, you're better off buyin
>> this is nbr. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> tom: good evening. i'm tom hudson. google's eaings they hit the market hours ahead of schedule and they were well below expectations. >> susie: i'm susie gharib. another summit underway in the euro-zone aimed at ending thg region's debt crisis, but squabbling between germany and france could derail progress. >> tom: and how one manufacturer is pairing with a lol college, developing its next generation of workers.a >> susie: that and more tonight on nbr! >> tom: it wasn't supped to be like this for google. falling advertising prices, disappointing profits, and a mistimed earnings release. the internet's go-to search engine surprised the market this afternoon when it reported its third quarter results. they weren't expected until after the closing bell, but instead they were released-- without authorization, according to google-- by the compa's financial printing company. it wasn't a pleasant google earned $9.03 per share, down from a year ago and $1.62 below estimates. yes, google's search engine continues to se
>> tom: it wasn't supposed to be like this for google. falling advertising prices, disappointing profits, and a mistimed earnings release. the internet's go-to search engine surprised the market this afternoon when it reported its third quarter results. they weren't expected until after the closing bell, but instead they were released-- wiout thorizatn, accordi to google-- by the company's financial printing company. it wasn't a pleasant surprise. google earned $9.03 per share, down from a year ago and $1.62 below estimates. yes, google's search engine continues to see more use, but the prices google charges for its core search advertisement product fell. the number of times visitors clicked on search ads was up 33%, but the prices advertisers paid for those clicks was down 15%. >> the inventory how it goes the more clicks there are going to be, the lower it will cost people at the end of the day. >> then there's google's newest division >> tom: then there's google's newest division, motorola mobility. in may, google spent $12.5 billion for motorola's cell phone business. while m
on whether google is violating antitrust laws. speakers include the university of chicago law school professor randall pecker, yale university economics and law professor george priest along with economics founder gregory sendak. participants could .. your report co-authored by setback entitled what is the chicago school teach about internet search and the antitrust treatment of google. john leibovitz has said that the ftc plans to make a decision on whether to take legal action against google. this is 90 minutes. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> good afternoon, everybody. we could bring this panel session to attention. i wanted thank you for joining us today. for discussion about internet search and antitrust policy. i am make schulz, a fellow here at the american enterprise institute and also the editor of american dot com which is a flagship magazine. you know, something of an old home week. we are going to europe in a minute about a new paper. greg is the chairman of criterion economics here in washington d.c., and he is also the ronald cussed professor of law and economic
. still to come on tonight's program -- what do all your google searches tell us about the u.s.'s presidential campaign? we'll speak to someone who's been looking at them. >> searching for a new aircraft landing site in antarctica, because the current runway is melting due to global warming. only a fraction of the planned flights have been able to land at the multimillion-dollar facility which is there to supply scientific bases. >> fasten your seatbelts it's going to be an icy landing, but not, it seems, icy enough. the $46 million landing runway in antarctica needs to be frozen more still. global warming has made the strip melt. the runway was built four years ago but already the flight schedule has been decimated. in the 2009-2010 season 20 flights were planned but only 14 landed. a year later 20 more flights were planned but only two managed to touch down. last year the landing program was slashed to just four flights, all of which landed. >> in the last two seasons it has been warmer than we would like. what we're doing is investigations about the feasibility and environ
, a discussion about google operations and antitrust laws. >> almost 20 years ago, we broadcast one of the most controversial stories in our 44 years on the air. it was called yes, but is it art? i was accused of being a philistia, someone lacking the esthetic ability to appreciate contemporary art. in those 20 years, works that i question worth hundreds of thousands of dollars are now worth hundreds of millions. >> what made everybody so that 20 years ago? >> i discovered something that i had absolutely could barely believe -- that when you question someone's taste in art, thanmore personal politics, religion, sexual preference. it is something that goes to the very soul when you say you b ought that? > sunday at 8:00 on c-span's q&a. now, an american enterprise institute panel discussion examining whether google is violating antitrust laws. topics included the market for internet search, and an analysis of google's business model. pedal trade commission chairman john leibovitz has said that the ftc plans to make a decision on whether to take legal action against google by the end of this year
of clear wire. sprint up just over a half percent. google, capital one financial, sandisk, microsoft, we will have more on those coming up good. dagen: breaking news. europe good want to see what their market did. ashley webster is here. ashley: european markets managing flight games. we did turn things around. the ftse up about .5%. the eu summit in brussels is underway. front president says it is vital that an eu banking union is agreed upon. guess what, germany saying hold your horses. any supervisor needs a proper track record of success. meantime, european commission president criticizing leaders for not doing more to develop growth across the eu. barroso saying today he is unhappy with the progress so far and is demanding a new sense of urgency. the debate goes on in brussels. a man died from an apparent heart attack. five people have now died during athens protest since 2010. as many as 50,000 protesters or more protesting outside the greek profile building. dagen: i just love listening to you so fluidly pronounce these foreign names. ashley: i do nottknow if it is right. dagen: y
in that as well. .. ing >> live now to the american enterprise institute for discussion on google's antitrust allegations. the company is accused of blocking some businesses during internet searches. let you know really quickly we'll break away from the discussion at 1:00 eastern what should be a very brief session of the u.s. senate and we'll turn back to the discussion. >> greg is the chairman of criterion economics in washington, d.c. he is the professor of law and economics at tilberg law and economic center in the netherlands. in addition to being distinguished author and scholar he was long time the wire houser fellow in law and economics at aei where he directed a research initiative on telecommunications regulation. today greg will discuss a paper he coauthored with judge robert bork, titled, what does the chicago school teach about inner net search and antitrust treatment of google? judge bork is of course a leading figure in antitrust scholarship. in addition to having been sew listory general of the united states, an acting attorney general, a judge for the united states court of a
continue talking about google ventures with kevin rose and bill maris. >> we're investing in teams and people more than products at the early stages. so you're looking for larry and certificate guy as they were starting out they are what made google different from lycos and the other search engines. >> rose: we con chrood with the photography of brigitte lacombe. >> she asked would we be interested in doing something similar for london olympic on women in sport. and of course, i mean, it was just like a great opportunity because i mean for me and also for my sister to discover the new world, i know nothing about sports. and it was very intriguing. >> rose: yes. >> and so of course we said yes. >> rose: felipe calderon, bill regard maris, kevin rose and brigitte lacombe when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: at the clinton global initiative business and government and ngos were in attendance to talk about big ideas, big problems. >> and her
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andidate mitt ssys it's not intenttonal, andd is simply the result of normal search algorithms.athena jones spoke wwth an expert about whaa's behind it... and pastt and presidential candidates. google; yahoo; engines are a part of modern ddring the vice presidential debaae were: "biden", "who s winninn thhedebate?" - it's a window into the minds &pof millions of web users.but you type "completely wrong" en into a google imaae sserch, you get a whole lot of pictures of mitt says the gallery of photos wass unintentional.its algorithms simply icked up on news description f his "47 n - similar trend on bing and - yahoo -- but o a lesser degree.for a search engine.... phey reaaly eey on the words understand what it's about. if you put a picture of mitt romney beside worrs hat say "completely wronn" then they say, i guees this is relevant forr"completely wronn."still, sometimes it's intentional. these are callee "googll bombs".innthe mid-2000s, pranksters created links that caused a google search for the put president george w bush at the top of the
for google than pink. the talk of the financial world of course. and not for the right reasons. company's earnings released hours earlier than expected and the numbers themselves as bad as that trading glitch. julia boorstin has more. >> it was a bad day for google pl not only within the earnings accidentally released four hours early, but the results fell far short of expectations. google shares plunge more than 10% and google issued a statement blaming rr donnelly and sons for releasing the results early. they did pull back slightly. the company reported revenue of over $14 billion from google's search business and its up 45% from a year earlier, but net income fell on losses from motorola and a slow down in parts of its advertising business. one cause of the shortfall is that consumers are migrating to mobile devices where google doesn't generate as much ad revenue takes does from the desktop. on google's earnings call, larry page expressed the huge potential in mobile saying the company now has an $8 billion mobile run rate. though the vast majority will be ad ads this throughs apps
that's why high flying tech stocks continue to lose steam. even google now turning lower on the day as well as apple. let's trade it right now with brasso, najarians. what do you make of what we're seeing? >> clearly when you start to watch the google news and how that unfolded yesterday and you guys did a great job covering that. google and apple sell off. ge disappointing earnings. throw in mcdonald's and chipotle. you're talking about everything sort of moving together to the down side dragging the markets to the down side. i'll point out and wellpointed out by bertha coombs as well. look at sandisk. they are in the right spot. you can see how they absolutely crushed their earnings. in point out one other one, riverbed. in the networking space they do a great job with data management. this is a name that crushed up like 12%, 13% on a negative tape day. it's not all negative but earnings are pushing these markets. >> a couple of rights in a sea of wrong. apple is down. google getting a little bit of a bounce back after yesterday's huge decline. even that's now turned negative. nas
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's earnings, google some of the issues, even though there have been bright spots like housing. ten-year is up ten basis points on the week. even though the dollar is having a wonderful day, it is a push on the week. >> mandy, let me turn to you. the tech sector has been the one we all are pointing to this day and this week as the disappointment. not just google but earlier in the week, intel and ibm. >> absolutely. intel, ibm, google, mr. shooftys well. it's certainly one of the romney/ry reasons why the dow is underperforming today. what do it these companies have in common? it seems to be a common theme we're hearing this earnings season. it is global growth has slowed down and is hitting a lot of these multinational companies. as rick santelli was intimating a moment ago, throw in a stronger dollar. that's another thing we've been hearing these companies comment about as well. we're going to have to see what other big tech names disappoint. >> david, i was going to ask you, rick mentioned a moment ago the fiscal cliff that is looming, the possibility of higher taxes. mr. romney in the deba
look like anything you've ever seen as far >>> -- >>> and google pulls back the curtain on one of its best-kept secrets. and it doesn't look like anything you've ever seen before. ,,,, after last night's presid >>> a binder full of women. it's become a phrase on the lips and facebook pages of millions of people after last night's presidential debate. >> we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet. i went to a number of women's groups, and said, can you help us find people, and they brought us whole binders full of women. >> within minutes, romney's comment had its own twitter account, with 300,000 followers. the republican nominee was taking his best shot at wooing women voters. but it may have backfired. >> reporter: both candidates had the perfect opening. >> in what new ways do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the work place, specifically regarding females making only 72% of what their male counterparts earn. >> i was raised by a single mom who had to put herself through school while looki
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mcdonald's need a new game plan? >> and we're remembers the '87 crash. >>> as you know google losing more than 9% off it's market cap yesterday. the disappointing numbers coming out hours ahead of schedule. google is blaming the misfire on an unauthorized filing by r.r. donnelly. >> they're also admitting some fault on this one as well with the ceo saying that human error is to blame for this report going out early. i wonder if it's normal for the print tore have a draft release so early in the day anyway. it would have been less important if the numbers had been more in line. some of the currency head winds seems to be that google's investment is causing a near term squeeze. cost per click, how much money does google get per average. turns out they don't monetize as good as desk top. then there is the nexus 7 tablet which google is selling starting at $199. it's open about the fact that it's not making any money on just telling the tablet. finally there is motorola, a half billion dollar operating loss in that division was not just the phones, it was the set top boxes causing to los
. the locations of google's data centers, containing highly sensitive information about all of us. for the first and only time, google is giving us a look inside. >> reporter: with all the security, you'd think this splays housing something extremely valuable. it is. your private information. this google data center in north carolina is one of 12 facilities spread throughout the world. when you enter a search, the request gets routed here, the networking room, then it's directed to the server floor. critical data spends time here where they can be accessed by robots. >> it's amazing how all of this works. >> reporter: google has taken a hid hit in recent years because the data centers consume huge amounts of electricity. the company has been making strides. >> we saved over a billion dollars in the history of google through the efficiency measures. >> reporter: and today, google launched a website complete with a tour of the data centers. >> it comes from their feeling that they can't keep this to themselves. >> reporter: and the fact that google owned the data centers was the worst kept secret
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